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6th Math unit 1

Integers Rational Numbers

Venn diagram A visual representation that shows similarities and differences is a
opposites two numbers that are the same distance from zero are called
positive numbers greater than zero
inequality A statement that two quantities are not equal is an
rational numbers numbers that can be written in a/b form where b cannot be equal to zero
absolute value a number's actual distance from zero
negative numbers less than zero on a number line are called
< read as "less than"
> read as "greater than"
integers the set of whole numbers and their opposites
0, 1, 2, 3, ... whole numbers
Created by: Shebro